Traveller in Other Media
GDW licensee Paragon produced two video games based on the Traveller universe: MegaTraveller 1: The Zhodani Conspiracy (1990) for Amiga, Atari ST and MS-DOS operating environments, and MegaTraveller 2: Quest for the Ancients (1991) for Amiga and MS-DOS.
Several novels have been specifically set in the various Traveller universes:
- Death of Wisdom Book 1 of 3 by Paul Brunette. ISBN 1-55878-181-1
- To Dream of Chaos Book 2 of 3 by Paul Brunette. ISBN 1-55878-184-6
- The Backwards Mask Book 3 of 3 by Matthew Carson. (finally published March 2011 though only for Kindle)
- Marc Miller's Traveller: Gateway to the Stars by Pierce Askegren. ISBN 0-671-01188-X
- The Force of Destiny by Dale Kemper (this book does not seem to exist)
- Diaspora Phoenix by Martin J. Dougherty
- Tales of the New Era 1: Yesterday's Hero by Martin J. Dougherty
- The Road Less Travelled by Marc Miller (this book does not seem to exist)
In addition, Jefferson Swycaffer has written several novels set in the "Concordat" fictional universe he originally developed for his Traveller campaign.
Gregory P. Lee's "The Laughing Lip" series acknowledges the influence of Traveller in the development of the three novels published to date. Mr. Lee also wrote the Gamelords' supplement "Lee's Guide to Interstellar Adventure" in the early 1980s.
Heavy metal band Slough Feg issued a Traveller based concept album, appropriately titled Traveller in 2003.
Gaming magazine White Dwarf ran a comic strip called The Travellers by Mark Harrison from 1983 to 1986. The strip spoofed Traveller and other space opera settings.
In March 2011 IngZ Inc announced the upcoming release of Traveller AR in Summer 2011. Traveller AR is an iPhone based port of the Traveller RPG brand.
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